Review: Fredrick Fitzell journeys into his past and remembers taking a mind-altering drug called Mercury. He starts having visions of a girl who vanished in high school tries to track down the people he took the drug with.
Director: Christopher MacBride
Actors: Dylan O’Brien, Liisa Repo-Martell, Hannah Gross, Donald Burda, Myles Isen, Amanda Brugel, Connor Smith, Maika Monroe, Ian Matthews, Aaron Poole, Leslie Adlam, Emory Cohen, Andrew Latter, Jill Frappier, A.C. Peterson, Josh Cruddas and Conrad Bergschneider
Year: 2020
Genre: Drama, Mystery and Thriller
Conclusion: 2/5
The original title for this film is The Education of Fredrick Fitzell. I thought this was a strange little film. It was almost as though it was trying to be too clever. It doesn’t completely work. I thought that Dylan O’Brien was very good in this. He doesn’t have an easy role but does it well. The only comparison I can give is that it is very similar to the film Donnie Darko (2001).


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